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    Ahmad returned to the practice of intense scholarly work. He would work on the codification and systemic education and propagation of his ideas for the remainder of his life. During this period he undertook an intense study of Mahdist prophesy and the popular Islamic millenarianism that was going on. While having spent his life trying to emulate the prophet Muhammad, his comparisons turned toward lining himself up with the criteria of the prophesized Mahdi. This would lead him to the belief that he was the Mahdi. This element seemed to help tie together his ideals and ideas into an ideological system. With it he could balance vision of religious purification and desire for social reform, he could integrate his ideas into something he could regard as a justified pure understanding of Islam, and he could have a claim of authority for building a reform movement; since the Mahdi was the one prophesized to restore true Islam and establish justice on earth. In 1881, he would make a public declaring of himself as the Mahdi and started the operations of his Mahdist…

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    A Long To Water Quotes

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    What the refugees of the second sudanese war had to go thru. “I was born into Sudan's civil war, and before I could read or write, I was using an AK47 in the conflict between the Muslim north and Animist/Christian south over the land and natural resources.”-Ger Duany.During the sudanese war many young boys who are known as the lost boys of sudan were forced to either flee their home or to fight in the sudanese war just as Ger Duany was.During the war the boys who didn't end up fighting…

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    a time of war and the appearance of Iman al-Mahdi shall also take place during this time. This prophecy cannot be fulfilled until the land that is Israel becomes the ruling state in the world. The Islamic Messiah While Muslims believe that the man claiming to be Jesus Christ the Messiah is their antichrist, they do believe in their own Messiah. Islam’s awaited Messiah is known as Al-Mahdi, which translates to “The Guided One.” He is also referred to as sahib Al-Zaman or Al-Mahdi al-Muntadhar,…

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    Another disagreement is that he was not Imam Mahdi as described in the light of Quran and Hadiths in Islam. Hazrat Imam Mahdi (R.A) will reappear at the place of Mecca (Makkah) in the last era before the Qayamah (the Day of Judgment). In a lengthy tradition, Hazrat Imam Muhammad al Baqir (R.A) describes the events of the days of reappearance: “When Mahdi (A.S.) reappears his back will rest on the wall of Kaaba. The scene would be such that he would be surrounded completely by 313 of his most…

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    Messiah Religion

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    Al-Mahdi in Arabic means "The Guided One". He is very much similar to the Jewish belief, in which Al-Mahdi will be a great soldier who will kill all those who are unjust, establish a society in which there is no injustices and people all believe in one God. Imam al-Mahdi is different than the Christian concept of a Messiah. He is a man who is not divine, but a prophet of God, who will bring the people together under one universal religion. Jesus, the Christian Messiah, was a gentle and kind…

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    to Paul Muad’Dib, the Madhi of the Fremen people. In the case of Dune, Prophethood refers to both the incarnation of Paul as a religious figure and the prophecy foretelling of him becoming a savior. The Fremen prophecy that foretold of Paul’s arrival in Arrakis stated that a man would be born of another world, but be familiar with the ways of the Fremen “as though born to them,” (Herbert 82) and descend upon Arrakis to achieve his sacred mission to become the Mahdi of the Fremen people. There…

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    What were 5 important events associated with this revolution/ nationalist movement? It is associated with the movement of Mahdi of the Sudan during the 1880s. along with the religious purifications of Mahdi. Along with when the Islamic Republic of Iran was announced. And when Islamic fighters took 52 Americans hostage inside the US embassy in Tehran. Also with making the Shah family go into exile. What was the goal of this revolution/nationalist movement? The main goal of this revolution was…

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    JAK/STAT Signaling Summary

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    A JAK/STAT signaling pathway sends signals from outside the cell into the gene promoters found on DNA. The JAK/STAT signaling pathway is essential to the development of T-lymphocyte development. On the other hand, when the JAK/STAT is activated when it should not be, autoimmune diseases arise. SOCS proteins are responsible for regulating the duration and intensity of JAK/STAT signaling. In Dr. Larkin’s research, he has concluded that SOCS1-KIR is able to suppress uveitis in experimental…

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    The Shiites had articulated the doctrine that only a descendent of the Prophet’s cousin and son-in-law, Ali ibn Abi Talib, could be imam or leader of the Muslim community. This Shiite group split into activist and quietist wings – the quietist was called Imami or “Twelver” Shiites, they believed the line of visible imams had ended in 874 when the twelfth imam, still only an infant, believed to gone into hiding in Samarra, from which he will return as Mahdi. The activist, the Ismaili view, argued…

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    the normal course of its use. John A Bullinaria applied a multi layer feed forward perceptron to diagnose dyslexia where letter strings were mapped to phoneme strings in multi-syllabic words. Vullamparthi, A.J.; Khargharia, H.S.; Bindhumadhava, B.S.; Babu, N.S.C proposed a Smart Tutoring model, with in an e-Learning environment for the Autistic, with embedded machine learning capabilities to uniquely identify and recognize the learner, interact with him and plan the e-Learning session.…

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